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I have been photographing lighthouses seriously for close to 15 years. In fact, my lighthouse web site was launched in 1993, in the “early days” of the Internet.

Lighthouses come in all kinds of styles, sizes and locations. There is something very special about the time spent at a lighthouse. Just before the sun rises out of the ocean, the air is moist and soft like a pillow, with the major cycles of nature all present … the sun, moon, tides and seasons. And in juxtaposition with these unending natural cycles is man’s small but steadfast contribution … the lighthouse beacon.

Lighthouses are often used as a symbol of religious faith. For me they also represent personal faith in one’s ability to have a positive effect in the world. Like the lighthouse beacon that guides ships passing silently in the night, we all must keep our personal lights shining even though the impact we have on others may be unknown to us.

It is all of this that I strive to capture in these prints … the timelessness and beauty of the natural setting, the integrity of the light that stays on no matter the conditions for a hundred years, the symbolic representation of human goodness.


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